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Return to 3 Flags Over Here (Pt 3).

Surprisingly, Selma hadn’t had enough fun yet so we headed over to the Spindle Top ( the ride that spins you around while the floor drops down. I could only think that a tragedy was about to occur but Selma said it would be fine. As we got into the cylindrical space and lined up against the wall, we both pulled our tube tops tight and mini skirts tighter. Selma was on my right and an older gentleman and his wife were on my left followed by what looked like a gaggle of their grandchildren. Selma and I looked at each other hoping everything would turn out ok.

With a sudden jolt, the ride started slowly spinning to the left and increased speed. It was then I realized this was not going to end well. Now just in case you aren’t familiar with concept of centrifugal force, its basically when things speed up to the point everything is pinned again the outer wall of whatever is spinning. (I should write a drag queen technical manual). So while my legs and hands are pinned against the wall and can’t be moved, all of a sudden, in tandem, my boobs, Selmas teeth and the old man’s teeth next to me start to wiggle out of their confines and into broad daylight. As if someone had choreographed a dance, the teeth, my boobs and the other teeth start to do the conga in a line whilst we were all spinning helplessly and horrified at the display.

Then, with another jolt, the floor falls from under us and the barrell tilts on its side. Selma and I both looked at each other in horror as we realized the centrifugal force was pulling our mini skirts down exposing our hairy mounds to the crowd. I was mostly horrified. This continued on for what felt like hours but must have been just a minute. The ride soon ended and so began Selma’s search for her teeth. Whilst I was attempting to cover up, I realized the old man next to me was gumming my nipple to which his wife said “Henry! How could you?” to which he replied “They were hanging so low, I thought they were yours!” Selma quickly grabbed my hand and rushed me off to tell me she had found a newer, nicer pair of dentures. I was so happy for her.

While our time at 3 Flags Over Here had come to an end, we could only look back fondly at our time. Be sure to check out Three Flags Over Here in downtown Jonesboro and tell them Mary Edith and Selma sent you!

Love and lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

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Holler Poodles!

Return to 3 Flags Over Here (Pt 2).

After my dear friend Selma B. Hole was thrown out released from the hospital, it took her a couple of hours days and a case box of wine to recuperate from her injuries. We returned 3 weeks later on a Sunday to continue our review of “3 Flags Over Here” in beautiful downtown Jonesboro.

Naturally, we headed to the buffet first thing because we like to eat. They had some kinda restaurant combo like Waffle House+Huddle House+Out House combined. I’ve never seen food go through people so fast in my life. Because I couldn’t find an empty stall I’m a lady, I held it in. Big Mistake!

Selma wanted to hear the children’s choir singing so she pushed her way through the tens of people crowd to see all the kids dressed in little white robes. It just so happens it was also the entrance to their version of the Sky Coaster called the Rim Shot. Selma begged for us to go on it. It’s that ride that’s like a bungee jump off a 10 story building and hang-gliding all in one.

Needless to say, we were ill prepared looking cute in our white mini skirts and matching tube tops. They hauled us up to the top with a crane while the voices of those little angels on the ground filled the air. The attendant yelled “Pull the tab when you’re ready!” I told Selma I thought I was gonna hurl cause the food wasn’t sitting right and she said she thought she was too. We asked to get down but they said the only way down was to pull the cord. So Selma pulls the cord and I immediately start spewing out my mouth and unbeknownst to me, Selma starts spewing out her rear. All I could see as we made the initial pass over the little angels below was eggs, grits, ham, pancakes, hashbrowns and sausage raining all over the kids below. But as we went backwards, Selma’s duty chute of destruction had managed to dive bomb a few of the kids and knock some of them out cold while the other children ran screaming off.

Later, as we were washing up in the kiddie pool restroom, I could only laugh at the conversation between two ladies outside talking about the new “aerial water feature” she saw from a distance. Said it looked like The Bellagio’s dancing fountains. Selma almost swallowed her teeth.

Next week is the final installment of my review! Until then…

Love and lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

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Holler Poodles!
Summer is sizzling and so is my ass in this tiny whiteish thong I’m wearing. FENUXE Magazine recently sent me to check out a new amusement park (I think its a rip off but I’m not sure) called 3 Flags Over Here. Located in beautiful downtown Jonesboro, it offers an affordable alternative to Six Flags along with some interesting variations on some well known rides. This particular day they were celebrating their unofficial “Gay Day” called Hey Girl Hey Day.


Since it was hot as hell, I decided a wet ride would be a great way to start the day. Bad idea! Their version of Thunder River called Storm Sewer was horrific. Now any other day of the week if you told me I would be entering a manhole I would be thrilled. Not today , I got stuck trying to enter so my cousin Selma B. Hole had to jump on my shoulders to get me through. We both fell through and landed on an old tire and proceeded through a tunnel. As we began to emerge from the darkness, a beautiful arc of showers greeted our exit from the abyss. We began to scream as I realized it was a latrine and they were relieving themselves on us. I acted like was disgusted! We moved along to the next tunnel through countless feet inches of muck to come out the next manhole covered in gunk. I was relieved there were people showering as I came to the surface and got under the warm shower only to realize there was only an elephant and no outdoor plumbing.


Next, Selma ushered me off to their version of Monster Plantation called “A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing” which was surprisingly entertaining. Throughout the ride, there were scary wolves everywhere trying to take away the rights of citizens. But as we moved through the scene, we could see the faces of notorious politicians that were the actual wolves and the citizens took back their voice and dethroned them. Woo Hoo! Thrilling!


We then ventured to their version of the Flying Dutchman–the ride that’s like a pirate ship on steroids. Because the seats were so small, Selma sat right behind me so we had room to sprawl. Well, unfortunately for her, with each pendulous sway of the ship, my boobs fell out of my tube top and kept hitting her face. Selma had to be rushed to urgent care because she had two black eyes, several concussions and mouth full of f***ed up teeth which she had before but she’s trying to sue the insurance company so don’t say anything!


We’ll go back another day to finish this story. Until then…


Love and Lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

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I came across this on a friend’s page yesterday and it was just what I needed in the moment. It caught me so off guard in it’s simplicity but spoke directly to my heart.

“Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference. Don’t allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It’s there for your convenience, not the callers. Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is. Don’t burn bridges. You’ll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same river. Don’t forget, a person’s greatest emotional need is to feel appreciated. Don’t major in minor things. Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Pasteur, Michaelangelo, Mother Teresa, Helen Keller, Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. Don’t spread yourself too thin. Learn to say no politely and quickly. Don’t use time or words carelessly. Neither can be retrieved. Don’t waste time grieving over past mistakes Learn from them and move on. Every person needs to have their moment in the sun, when they raise their arms in victory, knowing that on this day, at his hour, they were at their very best. Get your priorities straight. No one ever said on his death bed, ‘Gee, if I’d only spent more time at the office’. Give people a second chance, but not a third. Judge your success by the degree that you’re enjoying peace, health and love. Learn to listen. Opportunity sometimes knocks very softly. Leave everything a little better than you found it. Live your life as an exclamation, not an explanation. Loosen up. Relax. Except for rare life and death matters, nothing is as important as it first seems. Never cut what can be untied. Never overestimate your power to change others. Never underestimate your power to change yourself. Remember that overnight success usually takes about fifteen years. Remember that winners do what losers don’t want to do. Seek opportunity, not security. A boat in harbor is safe, but in time its bottom will rot out. Spend less time worrying who’s right, more time deciding what’s right. Stop blaming others. Take responsibility for every area of your life. Success is getting what you want. Happiness is liking what you get. The importance of winning is not what we get from it, but what we become because of it. When facing a difficult task, act as though it’s impossible to fail.”

— H. Jackson Brown Jr.

Love and Lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, please contact me at [email protected] or on twitter @maryedithpitts.

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I know this will surprise many of my readers but in the interest of doing damage control, I must confess I was recently knocked up. Though I am still unclear on some of the details, it seems I had a very unconventional pregnancy. I was pregnant with two sets of twins at the same time. My doctor said because I was fat of my sheer size I would need to deliver after just 9 weeks. As worried as I was, he assured me it was normal for a bitch girl like me. He said it would be a special “vaganal” birth because he couldn’t tell my vagina apart from my bhole and while I was defended by this remark, I knew it was true.

When I arrived at the animal hospital, I was immediately taken into a special delivery room pool to give birth. The doctor said I was diluted 90 proof and ready for contractions. Who knew I was gonna have to remember English lessons at a time like this? He said it was labor contractions and I replied I am not in a union, therefore, I ain’t signing nothing! He shrugged and said the first litter baby was ready. I was in so much pain but overjoyed too. He said to keep pushing and finally Hemrhoidia was born. Two minutes later his sister Herrhoidia was born. Sounds Greek doesn’t it? Finally, out popped the last two when I was rudely woken up by the Po Po who said I was drunk and disorderly and had publicly pooped on myself in the kiddie pool at the park. Well, no more Goldschlager for me! (Although I thought I saw a glimmer of gold in Hemrhoidia’s eye).

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Love and Lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, please contact me at [email protected] or on twitter @maryedithpitts.

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I want to give a great big shout out to all the folks at Roy’s Hideway for such an awesome Memorial Day Weekend. If you haven’t checked it out before, you must!! The people are so nice and the pool and clubhouse are lots of fun! They have rv sites, tent sites, bunk houses and a great kitchen open on the weekends. Tell them Mary Edith Pitts sent you and they’ll charge you an extra $5.00. LOL


Squirrel! I don’t know if I’ve ever written a movie review but I’ve just seen two movies that moved me in vastly different ways. I guess I need to start a gay rating system. How about something like this? HeY is a 1 and HeYYYYY is a 5 and the best. Holllerrrr!


“The Normal Heart” by Larry Kramer and directed by Ryan Murphy is an unflinching look at the beginning of the AIDS crisis in all of its horror, tragedy and outrage. Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer give heart breaking award winning performances that left me literally weeping. I encourage everyone to see this movie–especially our young gay people because it is our history. It reminds me of the quote “Those who ignore history are destined to repeat it.”


Mary Edith Pitts gives it a HeYYYYY!


Last night I saw Maleficent with Angelina Jolie and was blown away in the most surprising way. Because of the poor critical reviews I had read on Flixster, I decided I would probably wait to see it but my friend insisted. I don’t want to spoil it for you but you MUST see this movie. Think Wicked! Told from a different point of view, it is exceptional in every way! It reminds me not to judge someone based on what I’ve read or heard from others.


Angelina’s performance is subtle at times and can blow you away with just a look. The costumes are sumptuous as are the sets, lighting and makeup. Oh, did I mention makeup? Having worked in film I have to say this was exquisite. The prosthetics are imperceptible. But when all is said and done, the story is what will get you. It is told beautifully and will hopefully challenge you in a different way!


Mary Edith Pitts gives it a HeYYYYY!


Let me know what you think about these and if there are other movies that are a must see!


Love and lashes,


Mary Edith Pitts


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After attending the International Music Festival held at the Buford Highway Flea Market, I am excited to share with all of you some very exciting news. The most anticipated music collection EVER will be released June 32nd and is a 2 CD collection of your favorite Divas. “Divas Under Cover” is a concept album featuring your favorite divas covering other artists’ number ones!

It features every gay man’s dream diva Cher covering Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know.” The accompanying music video features her staring into a mirror while a haunting painting of her lies tattered in the background (a la Dorian Gray). On the bonus tracks collection, Cher & Aretha Franklin record Fun’s “We Are Young.” Exceptional!

Lady Gaga sings Madonna’s “Express Yourself” while Her Madgesty answers back with Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” in their on again off again maybe feud, Also be sure to check out the battle royale when Miley, Gaga and Madge record “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars to see who has the biggest balls. Let me know who you think is tops!

Rihanna had no say in this but “We Found Love In a Hopeless Place” was recorded by Chris Brown in jail and smuggled out to his producers who smashed the tracks over Rihanna to produce this unexpected gem. What’s with all that moaning and groaning Chris?

We all know Mariah Carey is richer than Oprah but damn, she just shoves it down our throats with the single “Diamonds” by Rihanna. Really Mariah? She follows it up on the bonus CD with Pitbull’s “Give Me Everything.”

Adele does an outstanding version of “Moves like Jagger” as she releases her own workout video to go along with the single. A definite feast for the eyes!

Kelly Clarkson is about to give birth any moment but that doesn’t stop this powerhouse vocalist from moving fans with LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It”. Go ahead Mama!

Aretha Franklin gives an over the top “DIVA” version of “Royals” and proceeds to throw shade over all her subjects. Fierce!!!

As an answer to all those Destiny Child’s rumors of a reunion, Beyonce covers “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” by Taylor Swift

Janet Jackson records “Rude Boy” and “Love the Way You Lie.” A message to someone special?

Diana Ross comes back in a big way with “Teenage Dream” by Katy Perry which is just beyond words!

Barbra Streisand stays relevant as she records Pharrell Williams “Happy” against “Happy Days are Here Again”. Go ahead Babs and get you some!!

And finally, in a desperate plea to producers, Lindsay Lohan “Came in Like a Wrecking Ball” and then left. She returned later in the week to record “Raise Your Glass” which she did.

Love and lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

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Condragulations to all the Fenuxe 50 recipients!! This year, Tyler and his team have put me in charge of the ‘Swag Bag’ and celebration rewarding your accomplishments. Your swag bag includes a day of booty beauty provided by moi with happy endings if you’re cute. I have searched the flea markets high and low for the most unusual gifts such as exotic massage oils including nut oils, WD-40, crude and nut milk (extracted from albino baboons). You’ll also smell ripe for the occasion with my new fragrance f’Art de toilette which has an earthy, robust smell.

As part of your winnings, each of you have won limousine service from your front door to the nearest transportation hub. (Since I only have access to one 20 year old limousine, this may take awhile but please be patient–the experience is worth it.) I have equipped the limousine with the cheapest best tasting off brand liquor as well as rent boys constituents from my home office on Cypress Street. Your 5 minute ride culminates at the Marta Station from which point we will trek to the Olive Garden down in Jonesboro for a dining experience like no other. (All You Can Eat Soup & Salad Bar & Breadsticks not included) Entertainment will be provided by unruly children and the Hartsfield Latoya Jackson International Show-In-Out Choir on the Rock.  I can already feel the tears forming!

Seriously, Congratulations to all the Fenuxe 50 winners. Thank you for all you do to support our community!

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Love and lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts
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While my job as a triple “ZZZ” list drag queen celebrity may sound all glitzy and glamourous to some, it also requires hard work. I’ve just returned from Fashion week and an experience I’ll never forget.  While I was under the impression I was headed to Atlanta Hartsfield LaToya Jackson International Space Port for a flight to the Mercedes Benz fashion show in NYC, I was disappointed to find I was headed to the exotic city of Jonesboro for their fashion “minute.”

With Real Housewives of Atlanta Celebrity Look-A-Likes judging, the fashion show had its moments but was definitely not up to my international standards.  NeNe Leakes-A-Lot was serving attitude, Porsche looked like a Pinto and Kenya-No-Moore was Breaking-Wind Fabulous although she did fill the room with a certain air.  Kandi was humming along the whole time–it was only later I was informed she wasn’t singing. Maybe she was filled with the spirit something. Hmmmm.  

Fashions from wannabe fashion star Bob Tackie were less than impressive.  Duct tape and hot glue were prominently featured throughout while still leaving the viewer wanting more.  Speaking of more, I wasn’t sure but I think I saw some balls under that duct tape.  Work it giirls!! And color is the trend for summer!  Golden Rod, Mustard, Yellow, Chartreuse, Rust and Burnt Umber are your featured color story.  As I think about it, those colors are featured in my panties.  What a coincidence!

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Love and lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, please contact me at [email protected] or on twitter @maryedithpitts

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With spring upon us, it’s time to start thinking of our homes and gardens. Many of you probably can imagine the glorious commode labode I live in.. It is a beautiful double-wide-triple-high trailer in the sky. But alas, it was in desperate need of a makeover. All those modern finishes and trendy furnishings are just not for me. I’m a traditionalist all the way. I love classic design. Something that has stood the test of time. That’s right, the 70’s. My impotently immensely wealthy sugar daddy gave me an unlimited budget (not to exceed $500) to refit my beautiful casa de Pitts. I had no choice but to contact famed 70’s designer extraordinaire Mike Brady to design a showplace of a motel model home for a triple “ZZZ” list celebrity as myself.

The process has been so frustrating. Gone are the days of going to your local building supply to pick out 70’s inspired amenities. Do you know how hard it is to find wood paneling these days? Do you know how many carpet companies stopped making sculpted avocado green carpet simply because others had “moved” on? Do you know how hard it is to source red and orange melamine countertops? I walk into HomoDepot now and all they have are shiny modern things. It makes me physically so sick I find myself spending more time in the bathroom than shopping for merchandise.

Finally, after hours of renovation, my home is complete. I painted my stainless steel appliances a beautiful harvest gold. I took out all the bright kitchen lights and scaled back to one single incandescent bulb so one could appreciate the subtle accents of crocheted rust colored kitchen towels and knickknacks. I’m especially proud of my silk floral arrangements.

I also developed a new technique for painting carpet to give it the sculptured feel of the 70s. I took all the cat hair from the sofa and mixed it with some litter and custom matched avocado green paint and voila, an exquisite crunchy new look has been achieved. For you girls on a budget, this is definitely worth your time.

Finally, what home would be complete without a victory garden? I’m especially proud of mine. The underpinning of my trailer home is very shady… perfect for growing mushrooms. To the right I have miscellaneous mattresses and box springs which i am composting to enrich the soil. I can tell it is already working because i have a new exotic vine growing from it call “kudzu.” It loves this environment and grows heartily without any effort. If you’d like a clipping, just let me know.  Make your house your home!

Love and lashes,

Mary Edith Pitts

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, please contact me at [email protected] or on twitter @maryedithpitts

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